1 -- Leave a comment, saying you want to be interviewed.
2 -- I will respond; I'll ask you five questions.
3 -- You'll update your journal with my five questions, and your five answers.
4 -- You'll include this explanation.
5 -- You'll ask other people five questions when they want to be interviewed.
1 - if you could choose the way people perceived you how would you want them to think of you and why?
I would - and I'd want them not to have to be reminded how smart, cute, debonair and witty I am. Why? It would save me all the trouble of having to work so hard to convince them I'm worth knowing - it's an ego/insecurity thing donchaknow.
2 - why is clearing the dancefloor twice a djing triumph for you?
If it wasn't it might depress me. Plus the fact it shows clearly that my work here is not yet done and further cultural re-education would be of benefit to those people.
3 - what is your favourite way to spend a day by yourself off work?
Skiing. I'd also like to spend a day creating artistic masterpieces in drawing and writing but skiing is more practical.
4 - what would be your ideal pet?
I'm not a huge pet person, at least not in the sense that I have specific "desires" - but I do love rats - maybe a nice non-bitey one which doesn't try and chew a hole in your backside, or bite off a toe for some strange ratty reason.
5 - who would be your ideal dinner party guests (alive or dead) and why?
There could be so many - for these purposes I'll take a generally literary theme and choose some authors I'd be interested in hearing. Tolkein with a baseball bat and David Edditngs; Neal Stephenson and William Gibson; China Mieville and Jeff Noon; plus Tony Benn because I get the impression he'd be a blast.